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Javadoc: Invalid references.

Ixus See
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Hello guys, I am been using {@link Class} to link the classes but some of them show invalid references even I can "f3" and it will go to the class~

It only occurs in package-info.java

anyone know how to fix this problem?
Roberto Perillo
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Champ, try to include the fully qualified name of these classes.


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Ixus See
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full name? what do you mean? it is the full name
Paul Clapham
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Then I strongly recommend you change the class so it's in a package.
Ixus See
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Paul Clapham wrote:Then I strongly recommend you change the class so it's in a package.


it is in the package.
Roberto Perillo
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Ixus See wrote:full name? what do you mean?


Well, the class' fully qualified name is the name of the package + the name of the class. Something like this:

Ixus See
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okie thanks, that is super long..


just curious how many words are your choices.txt?

I am about to complete the javadoc and moving on choices.txt tomorrow..

It took me 2 full days to complete javadoc(with code changes), I wonder how long will i take to complete choices.txt
Roel De Nijs
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Ixus See wrote:full name? what do you mean? it is the full name

Man, I hope you are not developing for 10 years in Java. It's really that you don't know what's meant with "fully qualified name"


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